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Chef Sydney Meers (Photo courtesy: Sarah Isom Center) James Beard Award-nominated chef Sydney Meers and Oxford’s own James Beard nominee restaurant Saint Leo will pair up for a fundraising dinner tomorrow night supporting the Sarah Isom Center’s LGBTQ+ Arts and Culture fund, in association with OutOxford.  Theresa...

Thursday night, The Lyric Oxford hosted possibly the most highly anticipated show of the semester as Passion Pit took the stage as a part of the C Spire...

Monday 8:30 a.m. – Yoga in the Gallery – UM Museum 7:30 p.m. – LOU Symphony: Carnival of the Animals – Ford Center Tuesday 5 p.m....

Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) have been rocking stages with their melting pot of musical tastes for about 20 years now.  Having toured with some of the...

Tennis, courtesy: Kelia Anne. It shouldn’t take a listener long to notice two themes in Tennis’ songs: feminism and relationships, and how they...

As the Double Decker Arts Festival further establishes itself each year as an Oxford institution, the poster art competition holds greater weight with...

If there is one thing the indie-alternative standard Spoon is good at, it’s making noise in the industry at the drop of the hat. The group stays...

Pete Holmes, like so many comedians before, has now morphed his life and craft into a television series. Unlike many sitcoms before him, though, Holmes’...

The captivating sounds of 56 student musicians who make up the University of Mississippi Wind Ensemble will fill the Ford Center on Thursday night. The...

David Wiesner will be at Square Books today promoting his new graphic novel, “Fish Girl,” co-authored with Donna Jo Napoli. Wiesner is a...